Bigger is better is generally the mantra when it comes to consumer 3D printers. This is despite the majority of users likely to be only printing smaller objects anyway
The personal 3D printing space has now existed for at least five years. What stages do 3D printing companies move through as they grow? We’ve seen many companies start their operations from scratch, grow and transform into major corporations.
In the inspiring book, One Hundred Thirteen Million Markets of One – How The New Economic Order Can Remake The American Economy , author Chris Norton describes a society that has dramatically shifted from merely price- and value-based consumption to a more customer-based paradigm that demands high quality, hyper-responsiveness and personalization in every aspect of life. It’s no secret that America’s manufacturing base has lost some of its luster, but we are in the midst of the greatest manufacturing revolution in 60 years. It’s called Additive Manufacturing (or 3D Printing), and it represents a seismic shift from traditional (subtractive) to digital production, where technology is used to produce almost anything with more speed, efficiency, quality control and profitability.
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Embraced by industry titans like Boeing and amateur R/C enthusiasts alike, 3D printing never been adopted more aggressively than in the aerospace industry. And when taken to the limits of its capabilities, 3D printing can produce more than just lightweight composite fan blades . We’re talking full-blown flying wings.